Launched in June 2020, Glow Hub is an innovative and up-and-coming UK based skincare brand. Their focus is on providing targeted skincare options for the next generation and celebrating your glow, whoever you are.
They pride themselves on curating high quality skincare products focusing on all types of skin; with the use of cruelty free and vegan formulas, ensuring to use ingredients that make a visible difference.
Glow Hub’s products are also designed in mind with keeping things simple, their routines are easy to follow and perfect for the most novice of skincare users.
You can check out their products here:
For further information on the brand, you can also check them out directly via the link below:
With our move to a more modern and future-proof look, we believe having an online presence via social media is an important step towards building a more forward-thinking, innovative and professional organisation.
Through this medium, we want to make it easier to connect and communicate with our existing customers and potential new ones, as well as continuing to build on our already strong business relationships.
Our Facebook & LinkedIn pages will keep you informed about what’s new with Pharmacy Supplies Limited, latest Career Opportunities and other useful information about our products and services.
You can find our social media pages at the links below:
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pharmacysuppliesltd
LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/psl-pharmacy-supplies-limited
During the transition period the UK continued to follow EU legislation and regulations but this changed on 1 January 2021. From 1 January 2021 Northern Ireland (NI) has continued to be aligned to EU legislation and regulations in respect of medicines and medical devices as a requisite of the Ireland/ Northern Ireland Protocol and Great Britain (GB) has not.
The Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol which came into effect from 1 January 2021 has resulted in changes to regulations regarding medicines in relation to importation requirements and compliance with Falsified Medicines Directive. The UK and EU agreed to a phased in approach of these regulatory requirements until 31 December 2021 to allow time for industry to prepare.
Separate to regulatory differences, under the Protocol, new customs rules and procedures for the movement of all goods from GB to NI will apply from 1 January 2021, including medicines.
The UK Government has implemented a multi-layered approach to help ensure the continued supply of medicines and medical products to the whole of the UK, including NI, from the end of the transition period. This includes (but is not limited to) supporting trader readiness, buffer stocks, extra ferry capacity and an express freight service for medicines and medical products.
For more information regarding importing and exporting pharmacy medicines, you can visit the UK Government website at the link below:
For information regarding new customs requirements, you can visit the Trader Support Service website at the link below: